This house is at the corner of Sumner Ave. and Fort Pleasant Ave. It used to be covered with hideous puke-green aluminum siding, but has undergone substantial renovation over the past year. The house is now vinyl-sided, but the siding resembles the original cedar shingles, and is a vast improvement over the old aluminum.
The open-air piazza on the left side of the building is long gone, and the right side of the porch has been enclosed, converted into interior space. However, the current owners are planning on restoring the balustrade over the porch. They had planned on restoring the Palladian window on the third floor, but I'm glad they didn't, since their proposal was not architecturally correct -- they proposed simply adding a half-round over the middle window, whereas Palladian windows feature one large window flanked by two smaller windows.
This house was also featured in Scientific American Builders Monthly, with extensive descriptions of its construction.